A known bike company in Lagos state Gokada Rebrands as a delivery company following the recent commercial motorcycle and tricycle ban by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State. The ban cuts across 16 local governments and local council development areas.
In a tweet by the Gokada CEO- Fahim Saleh responding to a report about the company laying off the majority of its workforce, he said:
“We still have money in the bank and are pivoting towards deliveries while this transport ban gets sorted “.
Recall that 9jatoday reported of the Schoolgirl Shot Dead In Police Vs Okada Clash In Lagos.
The recent Okada ban in Lagos State by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration has been causing chaos among Nigerian Policemen and the motorcyclist who has been on the protest since the new law was introduced in the state.
9jatoday understands that the clash between Okada riders and police officers in Lagos state has become the headline of many news platforms since the motorcyclist ban stated.
Report reaching this media platform with video evidence today reveals that a stray bullet hits a schoolgirl who was returning from school during a clash between the Police officers and the Okada riders at Iyana Ipaja, a popular location in the state.
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In other news, 9jatoday informed you of how Police Nabbed 34 Suspects, Seize 86 Bikes Over Iyana Ipaja Riot.
According to a report made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday evening, the Lagos State Police Command through its Public Relations Officer, DSP Bala Elkana, disclosed that ist has nabbed no less than 34 suspects and also seized about 86 motorcycles from Okada riders while reacting to riot that occurred at Aboru area of Iyana Ipaja.
9jatoday understands that the command had paraded the 34 suspects following reports that the Okada riders allegedly attacked some of its personnel at Iyana Ipaja in Lagos, on Wednesday.
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